Is there another word for this theoretical concept of...

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MichaelTyler

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equity dumping? That's what I'm calling it anyway. It's when you have a smallish amount of equity, less than 50%, and you can either call or maybe intuitively you also want to fold sometimes, but the solver will instead of fold, or maybe sometimes along with it, choose to raise a tiny amount. It's a fascinating concept but I wasn't sure if the community already came up with a another word for it.
 
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Oh, and bluffing wasn't the word I'm looking for. That's too non-descript.

Edit: I was just thinking, and I guess the donk-lead can also sometimes be characterized as an equity dump too. A hand that has a smallish amount equity against our opponent's range and would have to otherwise check-fold can very occasionally on certain boards choose to donk-bet some of the time as well.
 
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